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News, The Snitch San Francisco, FEMA Differ on How $5 Million Anti-Terror Grant Ended Up in the Ground

San Francisco, FEMA Differ on How $5 Million Anti-Terror Grant Ended Up in the Ground

Last month, the Chronicle published an eye-opening story alleging Muni squandered $37 million in anti-terror grants on cameras it largely wasn't using. Perhaps the most jarring allegation, however, is one that Muni quickly copped to -- it shunted $5 million…
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News, The Snitch Feds to Katrinians: Go Spork Yourselves

Feds to Katrinians: Go Spork Yourselves

For those of you who missed the horrific blurb on CNN.com, it seems the government overestimated the amount of aid it has yet to get to Katrina victims. Previously, The General Services Administration (GSA), which manages federal property, listed the…
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Culture, Stage I Am Woman

I Am Woman

Once upon a time, becoming a diva depended upon more than making it to the semifinals of Pop Idol or appearing on the cover of Hello! The original diva — as derived from the Latin term for goddess and meaning…
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News, The Apologist

Making the Rent

Earlier this month, the National Low Income Housing Coalition released its annual report, "Out of Reach," which analyzes state and federal data on rents and wages to measure what a family must earn to afford a simple two-bedroom apartment. Out…
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Dog Bites

Last One Out of the Rubble's a Rotten Egg! Well, thank heavens the dreadful heat wave is at an end. Dog Bites has noticed that San Franciscans seem to feel that whenever the mercury hits a scorching 78 degrees, normal…
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